School of Health Sciences

The School of Health Sciences was founded in 2014 to house our expanding biomedical science and sports programs, as well as our health and social care courses.

For health and social care professionals, we provide high-quality undergraduate and post-qualification education and training.

KCU school of Health Sciences has been awarded the Skills for Health Quality Mark for our health-related courses. It is Uganda’s only health-care standard that defines and encourages the high-quality learning and training that healthcare employers demand for a highly engaged and effective workforce. The benchmark confirms that we provide world-class health-care training as a training center.

Students collaborate on international research projects with health institutions from various departments and disciplines to produce preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic improvements. King Ceasor University has a plethora of research options, including laboratory experiences in engineering, wet-bench examination, and computational research among others.

Students on the four-year program normally work on a research project for a minimum of 4-6 months; some KCU students choose to complete an additional full-time year of study.

KCU school of Health Sciences involves studying a diverse courses that include:

  • Medical Biophysics
  • Medical Cell Biology
  • Medical Health Informatics
  • Microbiology and Immunology.